clickUP Helpsite

Add a Banner and specify your Course Entry Point

This video shows you how to add a banner to the first entry point of your course.

youtube2 Design your course entry point

Content Areas

Content Areas are the top-level course areas. They are created and managed on the Course Menu. This documents explain how to plan what the Course Menu will look like.

web Getting started with your Content Area

Control Panel

All course administration is accessed through links in the Control Panel.  This document explains the Superior and the different options available to users.

PLEASE NOTE that only the following roles can access this area: instructor, teaching assistant, grader, course builder and system administrator.

pdf Control Panel

Direct Login to clickUP

It sometimes happen that the UP portal is unavailable. This document will show you how to log in directly to clickUP.

pdf Log directly into clickUP when the UP portal is down

Login as Student

An instructor often needs to view a clickUP course as a student to test what students will/ will not see. The Edit Off mode unfortunately only displays how content will be displayed. If you want to see how a test, assignment etc. will display to students, you have to follow the instructions in this document.

pdf Create demo student and login as student

Make Your Course Available to Students

This document explains how to make a course available for students. Take note: each year you also have to make the previous year's course unavailable to the students.  

web Course Availability

Module Page

This document explains the different possibilities of a module page. Modules are items that include content, links or tools that can be added to personalise a page.

web Add modules to a Module Page

pdf Add modules to a Module Page

pdf How to create a Module Page

This video will show you how to add and remove modules from your home page as well as how to rename your home page.

mov Editing the home page

New Semester 2017

Follow the steps below in order to prepare for the next semester:

  1. Request access by emailing the module code and your clickUP username:abc123_s1_2017,u01234567 to e-support.up.ac.za or ask your Instructional Designer.
  2. Follow the course copy steps and procedures if you want to use your 2016 module
  3. Refer to these 5 steps which will ensure that your clickUP module design will be useful
  4. Do final quality control and open your module for students

Remember:

  1. Students have access to clickUP from their mobile devices (cell phones or tablets)
  2. Training is available in 2017 in the form of workshops - don't delay to register for a workshop even if you just need a refresher :-) you are most welcome.

Please contact your Instructional designer for more assistance or write to e-support.up.ac.za

Roles in clickUP

This document explains how course roles controls access to the content and tools within a course.  Each user is assigned a role for each course in which they participate.

pdf Roles in clickUP


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